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Construction Permit Pending At 1212 Lincoln, Hotel & Retail Planned

Construction Permit Pending At 1212 Lincoln, Hotel & Retail Planned

In the heart of South Beach, a Wynwood-style development at 1212 Lincoln Road is one step closer to the start of construction.

In May, a demolition permit was approved, and most of the site appears to have been cleared as of yesterday.

A permit to begin construction has been applied for and is pending review. The permit states that a 4-story building with retail on levels 1-2 and parking garage on levels 3-5 will be built, with two phases of construction.

Developer Crescent Heights’ website states that 83,000 square feet of high end retail will be built.

Also included will be a Citizen M Hotel with 168 rooms, according to an application filed with a city board last year.

 

 

 

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Anonymous
Anonymous

Looks good.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Yep, yay, another parking garage!

LOL
LOL

Salty Donut and Zak the Baker coming to Lincoln Road?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Caught that too…

Anonymous
Anonymous

I love Zak the Baker! Although is way too overpriced…

Anonymous
Anonymous

But the same developer (Crescent Heights) says we can’t build by-right at 500-600 Alton because traffic! Yet we’ll have a few hundred spots further up the road. Makes no sense!

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LED billboards

LED Billboards? The developer Russell Galbut is installing two ugly LED billboards facing Alton Road. Never should have been approved.

Anonymous
Anonymous

He gets whatever he wants. He’s about to get his tower approved on Alton at 5th soon.

Anonymous
Anonymous

The parking garage actually looks better than the hotel, more ugly, nonsensical shifted window B.S.

Anonymous
Anonymous

The original design was much better, IMO.

Either way, save the Bank building and it’s murals.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Agree but article says site is mostly cleared…

Anonymous
Anonymous

Is the bank building gone? Sad if so.

Anonymous
Anonymous

It’s not.